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From: "Alex Aiken" <aiken@cs.berkeley.edu>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 27 May 2002 21:12:13 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: conference, CFP
Posted-Date: 27 May 2002 21:12:13 EDT

POPL '03 Call for Papers

The 30th Annual ACM SIGPLAN-SIGACT Symposium on
Principles of Programming Languages

January 15-17, 2003
New Orleans, Louisiana

Scope of the Conference
The annual Symposium on Principles Of Programming Languages is a forum
for the discussion of fundamental principles and important innovations
in the design, definition, analysis, and implementation of programming
languages, programming systems, and programming
abstractions. Submissions on a diversity of topics are sought,
particularly ones that identify new research directions. Both
practical and theoretical papers are welcome.

POPL'03 is not limited to topics discussed in previous symposia or to
formal approaches. Authors concerned about the appropriateness of a
topic may communicate with the program chair prior to submission.

Submission Guidelines
Papers are to be submitted in the form of an extended abstract of 5000
words or less -- i.e., approximately 10 pages, typeset 10 point on 16
point -- excluding bibliography and figures. Submissions will be
judged on originality, significance, correctness, and clarity. An
extended abstract should clearly express the contribution of the work,
both in general and in technical terms. It is essential to identify
what was accomplished, describe its significance, and explain how the
paper compares with, and improves upon, previous work.

Authors should bear in mind that individual program-committee members
will be asked to referee approximately 30-40 extended abstracts; while
every effort will be made to assign submissions to an appropriate
subset of the program committee, very few papers are likely to be
reviewed solely by experts in a paper's topic area. A good rule of
thumb is that an informed colleague (with expertise in programming
languages) should be able to form an initial judgment of the technical
content of a submission in 40 minutes. Some advice about how to
prepare a suitable extended abstract can be found at:

Submitted papers must describe work unpublished in refereed venues,
and not submitted for publication elsewhere (i.e., either a conference
or a journal). Papers that are too long or are submitted late (see
below) will be rejected by the program chair.

Authors of accepted papers will be required to sign ACM copyright
release forms.

Important Dates and Submission Details
* 5:00 PM EDT (= 21:00 UTC), Friday, July 19, 2002: Deadline for
    submission of papers
* Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2002: Notification
* Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2002: Camera-ready copy due
* Jan. 15-17, 2003: POPL '03 in New Orleans

The submission deadlines given above are firm.

Submissions will be carried out electronically via the Web. Submission
instructions will be available at www.cs.berkeley.edu/~aiken/popl03.
Extended abstracts must be submitted as PostScript documents that are
interpretable by Ghostscript, or in PDF format, and they must
be printable on both USLetter and A4 paper. (Those individuals
for which this requirement is a hardship should contact the program


Program Chair
Greg Morrisett
Computer Science Department
4133 Upson Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853-7501 USA
E-mail: jgm@cs.cornell.edu
Tel.: +1-607-255-3009
Fax: +1-607-255-4428

General Chair
Alex Aiken
Computer Science Division
773 Soda Hall
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720-1776 USA
E-mail: aiken@cs.berkeley.edu
Tel: +1-510-642-5319

Program Committee
Lennart Augustsson, Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Sweden
Rastislav Bodik, University of Wisconsin
Kim Bruce, Williams College
Jack Davidson, University of Virginia
Amy Felty, University of Ottawa, Canada
John Field, IBM Research
Cormac Flanagan, Compaq Systems Research Labs
Joxan Jaffar, National University of Singapore
Greg Morrisett, Cornell University
Catuscia Palamidessi, Pennsylvania State University
Francois Pottier, INRIA Rocquencourt
Amr Sabry, Indiana University
Davide Sangiorgi, INRIA Sophia
Bjarne Steensgaard, Microsoft Research
Joe Wells, Heriot-Watt University, Scotland

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